Originally Posted by losercock
... I know that most studies have said that penis size does not correlate very well with height ...
Really? I had quite the opposite impression. Two studies in particular (Edwards, 1998; Ponchietti et al., 2001) found that "Past research with sizable samples has found penis size to be correlated positively with height ... " (LeverFrederickPeplau-2006). Also, the 2001 study found that penis size correlated negatively with weight. Those two combined would certainly support your feeling that tall skinny guys may tend to be more hung. And there definitely is a positive correlation between adolescent bone growth in human males and their testosterone levels. Conversely, in addition to stifling male adolescent growth spurts, low testosterone levels can lead to the adult male ending up with a higher body mass index, i.e. heavier build. Higher adolescent testosterone levels do correlate positively with penis size in adult men, so it all kinda makes sense.
But do understand the differences in penis size that we're talking about here, though statistically significant, are not great and that there are many exceptions. I have a good friend who is tall, skinny and less than average in penile endowment and he thinks that's terribly unfair .... but it's just the result of an errant throw of the genetic dice. I've also known any number of guys who were plump and had large dicks.
Originally Posted by slimjimpencil
which post are you referring to in regards to mentioning "bone size"? ...
If you go back and reread the original post you'll see that the OP specifically mentions " ... guys who are naturally very skinny/thin boned
and tall ..."